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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 24, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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J' 'x.VOLU IE 15 NUMBER 7 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER :YEAR ,.<,!<

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1 MURDER OF PAHOKEE I'Fire' Board To MeetIn LOCAL GARDEN CLUB Clewiston Rainfall 250 CATTLEMEN ON


j Hialeah TodayC. i Totals 2.13 InchesThe

i MEN STUNS ENTIREEVERGLADES I ENTERTAIN MEMBERSOF I VISIT TO .LAKE AREA

E. Miner of Clewiston, chairman general rains over most of

REGION of the Everglades Fire Control N. MIAMI CLUB the state last Friday and Saturday HEREWEDNESDAY
Board, called a meeting of the brought a total of 2.13 inches of
t board which is being held in Hialeah rainfall here, much less than the

today. members of four inches reported from other sections -
Fourteen the North
hundred
One of the most shocking crimes Two and fifty people In
of the lake
in the history of the Evergladeswas The meeting was called for the Miami Garden Club were entertained area. fifty.seven'automobiles made up a
of acting on various pro, The heaviest precipitation at motorcade which
any
the double murder, 'on Tuesday purpose by the Clewiston Garden Club made a complete
the Soil Conservation of the villages of the United States circuit
grams of I of Lake Okeechobee from
morning of this week of, two young I -
the visitors made
Pahokee business men, Gordon Service through their supervisor C. yesterday as a Sugar Corporation' was at Benbow Okeechobee City Wednesday as an

Vann, 24, and Elmer Rice 33, Kay Davis for continuation of the special trip to, the Everglades fora I where 3.69 inches fell during a event of the convention of the

whose bodies' were discovered Tuesday long-range fire prevention program. glimpse of the sugar industry, the thirty hour period. Moore Haven State Cattlemen's Association whichis
in Rice's parked automobilenear There will also be a general reviewof farm development, and the 'townof reported 4.03 inches for the highest being held in Okeechobee this

Loxahatchee Farms on Road district affairs'for the, past year Clewiston. fall of any community on the lake. week

25 about fifteen miles east of West lIr.lIiner handed in his resignation Headed by Mrs. L. P. Kirk- Miami Locks had 2.55 inches to follow Most of those in the motorcadewere

Palm Beach. as chairman of this board to patrick, the North Miami group arrived the 2.70 inches which fell members of the Cattlemen's

Both men had been shot in the''Governor Spessard L., Hollantl last at ten o'clock, and met members there ,on 'Wednesday night and as Association, and some of their

head with a small caliber pistol week but the resignation has not of the executive board of the a consequence there was consider-: wives, county agents from coun-

believed to have' been an automatic as yet been acted upon.First local club at the home of Mrs. E. able damage to vegetable crops 'reported ties where cattle raising is a ma-
in that section.
I .22 or .25 and the bodies had been t L. Stewart, where orange juice jor enterprise, members 'of the

.',so pushed down in the seat. by ,the Of ClassesIn and coffee were served. The first State Marketing Bureau, Agricul-
"t, killer or killers that they would event on the schedule _was a trip Kiwanis Club Head tural Extension Service and the en-

not be visible to passersby.: Con- Vocational Work through the sugar mill where a tire membership 'of the Okeechobee.

siderable traffic passed the cars special guide was provided by sugar Names CommitteemenFor Future Farmers, Association.The .

without noticing anything wrong To Start MondayThree house officials. I motorcade came around the
and it was not until three o'clock The visitors were then driven or Coming YearThe east side of the lake 'In the morn-

Tuesday afternoon that Vann's through Townsite village and stop ing with the first major stop being:

uncle, A. J. Luderman, discoveredthe more recruits to the vocational ped at the community recreationhall at the State Experimental Stationat

bodies. training classes planned for ;' here they saw the modern installation of new officers Belle Glade. After seeing some
The two men had attended the Clewiston under the National 'Defense plantation village' provided by the and Ladies Night program plannedby of the work there they continuedon

dog races in West Palm Beach and Program to be supervised by sugar corporation 'for its colored the Kiwanis Club for Wednes- to, Clewiston where luncheon was

' left that place about 3:30, Vann Joel Keen; vocational agriculture employees. The ladies were ,also day night was postponed for the served 'at the Clewiston Inn. An estimated -

stopping at Wert's Coffee Shop instructor, in the school, were present much interested in the grounds and second time because of illness in 125 people which had been *
o \. there to get a twenty dollar check at a meeting held Wednesday building of the new sugar office the family of the Lieutenant Gov- prepared for swelled to double that

cashed and nothing is known of night at the school house and plans building recently completed. ernor who was to have been in- number and the facilities of the
their movements after leaving the I stalling officer. The installation is Inn
were made for beginning the classes A large group of Clewiston Gar- were taxed but more than two
cafe. Vann was scheduled to next week. den Club members joined their planned for next Wednesday night. hundred were at the luncheon. Fol-

speak at the luncheon meeting of The class in mechanical work guests for luncheon at the Inn. The president-elect A. O. Ward, lowing the luncheon there was a

the Kiwanis Club in Lake Worth' at will be started at seven o'clock Later the Inn gardens and several however, named ,his committee tour of the sugar house of the Unit-
noon on Tuesday and his familywas chairmen 'and committee membersin ed States Sugar Corporation and
a
,Monday night at the Hendry County other gardens of members were
L- not alarmed when he failed to Motors shop where Charles Bol- visited. The group also saw the order that they could begin visit to the dehydrating plant near
return home, thinking he'had merely work. These follows: the sugar house where the visitors _
are as
r- ton ,will be the instructor. Most of levee, the, hurricane gates, the En-
I,' stayed in West Palm Beach to
,the, boys have been interested in gineer office buildings and prop- Agriculture J. E. Beardsley, saw steaming- hot lemongrass pulp
save the extra trip over. When he ',this* phase ,of' the work and enough erty. Their last stop was at Semi- chairman, C. E. Miner and E. M. from which the oil had just been
failed to appear for the luncheon 'Here, available for a class. All nole Farms, where C. J. Gonterman Cornette. .I extracted, fed through the de-
: meeting, however, the search was hydrator
to
ground the fineness'I
those who have signified their interest took them over his interesting Attendance, and 'House-M. c.1
started.
1 desired and mixed
Some 'should plan to be presentat gardens.The Doke, chairman; R. C. Wilson and i I with molasses
partial fingerprints are said a of
by-product manufacture
sugar ,
this first class and any others Miami included Mrs. A. W. Sias.Program I
to have been group
found on the car I I to become an all-Florida cattle
which promises to be the only clue who may wish to join the class Charles Torrey Simpson, wife of and MUSIC-Ed Mar- ." feed.

to apprehension of the murderer. may do so that ,night. the noted scientist and herself a kette, chairman, Jerry Wilcox,

While officers were at first inclined A few more' vacancies are' yet botanist of much ability, Mrs. N. Marion Leydig and J. G. Niblack._ I which Following the entire this demonstration showed in

to work On the theory that the _to be filled before the woodworking C. Storey, Mrs. Norman W. Storey, Reception-H. R. Hall, chairman, 'much interest group
they to
taken
I were
course be started,'and those Mrs. Mae Bacholdt Mrs. Edna Bar-
can ,
killing was the act of a hitchhiker J. F. Tippey and R. .C. Wilson. the old Clewistondairy where this
\\vr.-' :.,.. ,'__: :with.robbery ,as a'otivp?..the.gen- .interested 'are asked to contact Mr. rett, Mrs. Walter Rollert, Mrs. E. Boys and Girls ''work, ,Under mixed feed is being:'"used in fatten-
'. ': eral opinion now appears to, be that Keen as so i"as possible.. M. M.: Peterson, Mr. and "Mrs. E. Phelps, privileged', Child and Vocational ing
experiments
b' the killer was known to both men. ':Prewitt will be, instructor in this Jr., Mrs. 'Elizabeth Cushman, Mrs. Guidance-E. M. Cornette, chair- dinary cattle.on a group of or-

Vann, 'who was driving, is thought course. H. C. Wai key, Mrs.' Mabel Zimmerman man, R. W. Turk, C. E. Miner, M. man had range pencil and notebook Every cattle-and
to have driven off the road and All young men from seventeento Mrs. E. Bell, Mrs. Percy Davis C. Doke.
could be seen jotting down notes as
parked at the insistence of the twenty-five years of. age are and Carl Orph. Classification and Membership Sidney Crochet, assistant to the

murderer who was apparently riding :.eligible for these classes. Several J. F. Tippey, chairman, Dr. J. W. general manager of the sugar cor-

:, in the back seat. 1 more courses may be given under Sugar Pioneer Was Ezelle and Jerry Wilcox. poration, Dr. B. A. Bourne, sugar
':;i, ", Double funeral services were ,the program but there has been lit- Inter Club Relations-R. M. agronomist who is conducting the

. -' conducted for the two men at the tle interest shown here in any of Visitor Thursday Bishop, chairman, C. E. Miner and experiments and W. C. Hooker; supervisor -

.,: Pahokee Methodist Church at 2:00 the others so the two courses in W. W. Perry. of the feeding explainedthe

p. m. yesterday afternoon. mechanics and woodwork are all Finance-A. W. Sias, chairman, methods of feeding, the mix-
.:-- ", Vann was particularly well that will be attempted'at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer T. Andersonof G. H. Brown and Dr. J. W. Ezelle. tures used and the weight gainedby
'. < known in the lake area and was a Public Affairs-C. E. Miner,
Chicago, spent Thursday in the cattle in the pens in a given
; son of Rube Vann, Pahokee grower Negro Draftee MissingAs I Clewiston as the guests of Mr.. and chairman, J. E. Beardsley and R. length of time. Many of the cattle-
and packer. He was an unsuccessful Mrs. F. E. M. Bishop.
r'. Bryant. men showed a keen interest in this
i. candidate for representative : Kiwanis Education E. Beards-
Call Issued It demonstration.
Training was Mr. Anderson, who in
in the last election and was install- Lawrence and
A. W.
chairman
partnership with Mr. Bryant, start I ley, Leaving Clewiston the group followed -
: t/ (Continued on page 8)
W. W. Perry.
: ed the first real
, colored sugar developmentin roads 25 and 67 to and
.. Martin Luther Reese
t Publicity .- A. W. Lawrence,
the Everglades at Canal Point. J through Moore Haven and took
f\-- Clewiston volunteer who was to have reported and W.
Teams chairman, J. E. Beardsley
The 29 around
.. ": Bryant-Anderson development road to Okeechobee. .
''-- this week to the induction office -
:i, 'at Camp became the Florida Sugar and Food W. Perry. Short stops were made at the R. D.
: Blanding for a year'sarmy
committee
-
: Divide With Alva Products Company and they built The vocational guidance Lyons pasture at Newhall and the
training under the selective started work andR.
the first raw sugar mill in the has already Lykes Bros. pasture at Nicodemous
service act, was not, to be located W. Turk stated Thursday that
m-o'wen Everglades at Canal Point. The Slough where a good demonstrationwas
: when his order to report was sent questionnaires
iA"" By he was sending out
" partners were associated through given of the value of improved
;. Challenged twice,' and yet to beI' out last week. As a consequence through the school in an effort to
1920, 21, 22 and 23 and at that pasture lands for winter feeding.
:- silenced are those Golden Tigers Henry Ned Campbell, an alternate, time Mr. Anderson returned to determine the vocational preferenceof
will take his place and will reportat Among those with the group
Club
The
see roaming high school pupils.
you so often on
every
Chicago. This is his first returnto
were Dr. A. L. Sheely, head of the
Camp Blanding the latter partof
, this weekto
. chilly nights. Whether they're stirred the Everglades since that time.. also made arrangements animal husbandry department of
?= 'on by the howls of their lady next week. have glasses fitted by Dr. Gud-
He of
is now head 'the Sisalcraft the State Extension Department of
{,., friends the The draft office for of the
TIgerettes, who prelimit announces that baur in Fort Myers one
Corporation. the University of Florida, Dr. W. 'J.
, : it before the big cat fight or whether Reese was one of the best educated I i'high school boys.
No real development had been Shealey, agent In animal husbandryfor
'
they're just determined to re- negroes who has been registered -
started at Clewiston when Mr. Anderson the state, L. H. Lewis, market-
main the foremost fighters of the here and appeared to be thor- Clewiston Gives Most
': left the 'glades and he expressed ing specialist for the State Market-
forest, they've certainly got' whatit oughly familiar with requirements.His -
'- himself as being amazed at (Continued on Page 8)
takes to subdue all who disagree. first move, from Clewiston to
HomeA
the great changes which had taken Generously To
Raking Alva last Tuesday night Pelican Lake was reported but

..., by the score of 43-19 should cer- from there no trace has yet been place. v Blind Bogey Tourney
': tainly prove their And found.If Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were entertained -
greatness. ( i report from the Children'sHome '
LaBelle the week before 35-15.) the draft board locates him at luncheon; at the Inn by, of Jacksonville showing the Postponed By RainThe

":' Frith led the team against Alva,, and he can show a good excuse Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. Also pres- result of activities of the spon-

, "" 'and Cason chalked up 14 points, why he failed to answer the call ent at the luncheon were Mr. and soring committees in each county,
with Waters right behind with 12. there will be no charge against Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mr. and Mrs. M. lists Clewiston as far exceeding the unseasonable rains of the

Others starting the brawl were him. However if he is not located W. Bigg and H. C. Kolstad. Both quota for it during the past year. past week end caused., the post-
Lang and Slonaker. Mr. Bigg and Mr. Kolstad were at ponement of the Blind Bogey
shortly the case will be reported to The quota assigned for Clewis ton
Walker, who captained the opposition the United States District Attorn one time employed by the Bryant- was $25.00 and a total of $104.00 tournament planned for Sunday at

: pushed through eight ey's office who will in turn turnIt Anderson company. was sent in. In addition clothingand the Clewiston Golf Course and the

points, and Edwards, 7. Foster, over to the Federal Bureau 'of other contributions were valuedat tournament will be held instead on

Coleman and' Rutledge completed Investigation. This action is a Dr. Symonds To Preach 500. Quotas in other partsof the coming Sunday.

the quintet. recent ruling of the national draft the county were not filled, La- Qualifying rounds for the Match
The girls, who give their all, board. For Several SundaysDr. Belle showing $14.00 of a "$25.00 Play Tourney have also been extended '

(which yet hasn't been enough) Boris Matusiak and Gaines MarIon quota and Felda had no report through January 26th because

struggled valiantly before bow- Ricks, first white draftees from with a $15.00 quota. of the weather conditions.
. ing to a faster bunch of Alva hef- this county who left on January F. C. Symonds of Hyden, Members of the local committeeare Among those players who have

ties. Murphy, with 12 points to 14, were accepted at Camp Bland- Ky., is scheduled to arrive in : M. W. Bigg, chairman; F. D. qualified to date are: Joe Wood,
her credit, led her team into the ing and are now in training. Clewiston the latter part of this Duff, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.J. Lake Harbor, 44-45-89 less 14, 75;-
-:.-v- fray. Others helping were Von week and will fill the pulpit at the I Grady Niblack, J. E. Beardslev, J. W. Milligan, South Bay, '41-42-,

Mach and Hooker, forwards; Leiter, LAKE BEING LOWEREDDue Community Church each Sunday for. B. E. Herring, Mrs. O. A. Jones, 83 less 7, 76; Arthur Wells, Belle
"
,McDuffie- and Slaton (who's as the next several wee ;:s. I Mrs. J. A. McGehee W. W. Perry, Glade, 45-43-88 less 13, 75; Lou

wild a tiger that ever set paw on to the unseasonable rains of Accompanying Dr. Symonds will Elbert L. Stewart and 'R. N. Smith.A. Betzner, Belle Glade, 43-45-88 less
the court), guards. the past two or three weeks the be his close friend Rev. Burton 13, 75; Luther Jones, Belle Glade,

O. Flynn high-scored-it for Alva, lake reached an elevation of 16.35 Deaton, who is head of the Wooten R. Broadfoot, engineer in 51-49-100 less 21, 79; H. C. Van
basketing 18 points. Griffin and last week and discharge of lake Community Center in the Kentucky charge of the U. S. Engineer sub- Landinsham, Belle Glade, .504S9Sless ?
Edwards, in forward positions, and water was begun through the Ca- mountains and is said to have accomplished office here, accompanied Col. W. C. 20, 78; Larry Nash, Belle-
Shepard, B. Flynn, Styl,:"a, all loosahatchee locks at Moore Haven. a great 'spiritual workIn Weeks, district engineer, and prin- Glade, 46-46-92 less 15, 77 and W.
guards, completed her outfit. The The discharge will be continued until that area. It is considered likely cipal engineer J. C. Peyton, on an B. Granger, Belle Glade, 5552107less -
\ final score was Alva, 43; Clewis such time as general conditions that he too ''will be asked to preach inspection trip over the Fort Myers 25, 82. A few others have entered -,
I ", ton, 23. warrant the closing of the locks. while here. !i'> airport Tuesday. but as yet have not qualified.




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Gems of ThoughtWe


QUESTIONSCookies Treating few, we happy few, we
band of brothers. Shakespeare

Cold in HeadBy .
should be cooled com-'
pletely before storing in a covered EN Oh, give us the man that

jar or box. r ,IVNU S.rnlr. DR. JAMES W. BARTON G R E sings at his work.-Carlyle.
Sir, I look upon every day to
Save left-over griddle batter NOTES OF AN 'INNOCENT WHEN a cold in the head oc Washington, D. C. be lost in which I do not makea

,and use it for dipping chops, cut- BYSTANDER the first thought in FARM BUREAU CHIEF new acquaintance.-Dr. John-

lets and so on.* The Wireless: There's no type ir. the mind of many is to take a CHIDES ROOSEVELTThe son.Nothing

Candied cranberries are just as the composing rooms that can pack purgative and then begin to usea President's chat with Ed leads to good whichis
the sting FDR gets into his radio O'Neal not natural.Schiller.They .
effective as candied cherries for salt or oil solu- soft-spoken head of the
garnishing winter foods. delivery. Frinstance this excerpt American Farm Bureau federation, that desire but few thingscan
,* from his message to'Congress: "Wo tion up into the TODAY'Snose. was not as harmonious as the impression be crossed but in a few.-Jeremy

Fruit gelatin mixtures gain in must especially beware of that small Nose, throat given when he emerged Taylor.
favor and nutritive value if fruit group of selfish men who would clip and lung specialists HEALTH beaming from the White House. He is our friend who loves

juices are substituted for the liquid the wings of the American eagle to [ advise that COLUMN On foreign policy the two'men saw more than admires us, and
called for in the recipe. Left- feather their own nests" Ellin eye to'eye, but it was quite differenton would aid us in our great work.
Mackay Berlin was ladylike in her this very "active"treatment
the Charming.
over canned fruit juices are as farm question. O'Neal
comments about Mrs. Chas. Lind- of a cold is unwise bluntly chided Roosevelt
good as juice from fresh fruit. for not giving -
bergh. She called her "a sensitiveand and that rest in bed and leavingthe more consideration to agricul-

Accenting the WidthOf frightened gentle woman by skillful, bewilderedand Germanpropaganda" nose and throat alone would tural gram."We've.interests in the defense pvo- Various Motifs for

The Film Critics' give better results.
Narrow RoomBy been hearing how business
a broadcast made us uncomfortable Some valuable, information about will and Embroidering LinensTIJERE'S
prosper, the rights of
They praised, honored and gave the treatment of colds and infections labor will be 'protected," O'Neal
RUTH WYETH SPEARS excerpts from their prize picture, of nose, throat and said. "You've had plenty to

ON A Thursday afternoon the "Grapes of Wrath"-a dramatic tale sinuses is given by about this in your speeches, say but
Americans-while the Dr. Arlie V. Bock in
of
end of a certain dining starving you've been silent on the farm ques-
broadcast emanated from the lush, Annals of Internal
room was as shown here in the tion as related to national defense."
sketch. The following Mon silky Wainbow Woom! Town Medicine. Dr. Bock
upper "Maybe that's because I have no
day it appeared as shown below. Meeting of the Air was a bore when tells of the care of complaint against the farmers,"
Cupboards had been added to display the often-booed Verne Marshall was, 1,667 patients with said Roosevelt, in effect. '
china and flopping. Dean Acheson was mere the above infections
give storage space, "Well, we have a complaint
the actually seemed wider ly wonderful. treated at Stillman "
yet room
h : against you, shot back O'Neal,
and'more spacious than before. 5y infirmary, Harvard with no trace of jocularity. "All !

The transformation was made The Front Pages: The Washington university, from Sep- this bickering and indecision in con-

by the handy man with no tools papers showed a photo of Rush tember, 1935, to gress about farm legislation to be
Holt taking down his Senator's shin- March, 1938. The pa- submitted at this session is due

I I WITH SAME CURTAINS ROOM gle after being defeated for re-elec- Dr. Barton dents were students chiefly to the administration's fail-

I El G : Q OVER WALL tion. The photo should go in the and recent gradu- ure to agree on steps that should be
I 0 II rn AND WINDOW schoolrooms, ,like Washington crossing ates, age range being 17 to 25. taken." 0 '
: SPACE FRAMED ,the Delaware to illustrate an The first thought in the treatment,
WITH CUPBOARDS O'Neal had no real success in iI
H I historical cause for rejoicing whether or not' the patient has a urging on the President the Farm
'f..
; A licking does things to the imagination temperature, is putting' the patientto Bureau's plan for government loans >A
bed. It is because of these I \
of Fascist editors. The defenders many .
up to 85 per cent of parity on basic
SINGLE U/1NDOW 1 mwm of Bardia were cheered for the patients are tired mentally and crops to keep production up to de
physically that the cold attacks
WITH "undying glory of delaying the en- mand. (Parity loans now range
LONGCUKWIN ," while the Britons had to take them. Getting off their feet and get-
emy from 52 to 75 per cent.) Acreage ft
what satisfaction they could get out ting rested saves or preserves thebody's
MAKES control benefits, plus the loan guar-
SMALL Q-C of winning the battle Dale Har- energies, particularly the reserve antee, he contended, would enable [ I

LOOK ROOM rison, once an AP columnist, will power of the heart. farmers to get full parity, while

NARROW contribute paragraphs to Newsweek Go Easy on Sprays. "dumping" on government ware-

John T. McManus offers a good The second point made by Dr. houses of cotton and wheat sur-

but a hammer,. saw and screw way to keep score on how well the Bock is that too active spraying, in- pluses could be stopped by the imposition -

driver plus the ,aid of his willing Ratzis are doing in South America. haling, gargling of medicines pro- of penalties for overproduction. -
helper with needle, thread and Where "The Great Dictator" findsit duces irritation of the lining of the .

paint brush. The new curtain tough to get bookings, you can find nose, throat and sinuses and so'pro- This plan was a compromise,

treatment, shown in the sketch, the busy Berliners.The longs the course of the infection.The O'Neal told Roosevelt, between the

made the window seem wider and third point is the use of quiet- present loan program and the proc- '

the strong horizontal lines of the Story Tellers: The mag illustrations i ing drugs for comfort. Laxativesare essing (sales), tax proposal of the

cupboards also helped to create an aren't a bad barometer of not usually prescribed.By Republican-backed income certificate -

illusion of width. The cupboardswere America's war sentiments. You begin these simple measures-rest in plan.

eight inches deep and madeof to see the swastika in fiction bed and quieting drugscomplications Roosevelt agreed that farm prices

one-inch lumber with doors of illustrations. It wasn't long ago, were prevented and the pa- would have to be jacked up and pro-

plywood for the lower part. either, that the Satevepost was appeasing tients made good recoveries. duction restricted, but demurredat
*:' *, enough to skip all mentionof Some suggestions and findings of appropriating more funds for
NOTE: Mrs. Spears'' Books 1 and 3'are Germany in the serialization, of Dr. Bock and his associateswho parity loans." 'He argued that the

full of other practical ideas for making "Escape." You didn't have to be treated these cases are, (a) that vast defense expenditures would
and hanging curtains. Each book has 32
pages, of pictures showing you how to bright to 'know where the cruelties nose and throat infections would oe I boost crop prices automatically. But
modernize and beautify your home. Send took place. Of course, maybe the less common if patients could be this line of reasoning did not per-
order to: to live within their suade O'Neal. pleasure for
omissions were the author's taught physical every
Klaus Mann's first issue of Decisionis powers or resources, (b) while "Mr. President," he said with a needlewoman-a transfer pat-

MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS out. S. Maugham, V. Sheean and Weather changes and contagion must grin, "I'm telling you now that tern in varied small motifs that'
? Drawer 10 R. Sherwood are on the editorial be taken into account, tension is an we're going to demand full parity permits you to make at least a
I Bedford Hills New York board. Hitler is caught smilingin important factor in bringing on at- from this congress. Our conventionin dozen different gifts.

Enclose 20 cents for Books 1 and 3. a photo in Look. No wonder: tacks, (c) when attack does come, Baltimore approved the plan I *

Name............................... He's got his hands,around the throatof : keep off the feet and don't use have outlined to you and we won't Pattern 2691 contains a transfer patternof

Address ............................. a helpless little girl Mar- sprays, injections into nose, or gar. rest until we get it." I'/ixlii 24 motifs inches ranging; materials from required 3x9 inches; color to
*
garet Case ,Harriman, who is putting gles too often or too vigorously. schemes; illustrations of stitches. Send
Clare Boothe through the wringer U. S. FAR BEHIND EUROPE IN order to:

for a gossip weekly, was a staff What to Do for:. PLANES' PROTECTIVE ARMOR
sister of her victim on the,old Vanity One hushed-up sore spot in the Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.

WET BLANKET Fair La Boothe's career can't Acne (Pimples) dragging plane program is in armor 82 Eighth Ave. New York
field that like
be very interesting. She's scheduled protection-a so many Enclose 15 cents In coins for Pattern

for only two articles! I! other aviation developments, origi- No...........
TN
ONE of
COLD'S ATTACKJust my classes at high nated in the United States but was
school was a boy of 15 whose Name ...............................
Typewriter Ribbons: Olin Mill- left to others to exploit.
Fenetro 2 drops \And as sure as er's: The Italians venied, vidied face was covered with unsightly Armor-plate protection for fighting i Address .............................
Nose blackheads and pimples. Naturallyhe first saw the of in I
planes light day
and
vamoosed P. Wilson's: A
Drops instantly you lJreatheyoa Ii man may have no bad habits and was much ashamed and believed the Nicaraguan campaign againstthe
start \ that the rest of the boys thought rebel General Sandino duringthe
give head cold have worse Rob Wagner's: He
you on theopennose that he didn't wash his face properlyor w
administration. To
has no more sense of direction thana Coolidge pro-
of coldstuffinessJ way I miseries the air.oat string of firecrackers VirginiaFaulkner's often enough. My own opinion, tect themselves against snipers lurk- Relief At last
: Her parents cut her off at that time was that he didn't play ing in the jungle, marine corps pi-
This famous 2-drop way of baseball, football or take any exer- lots equipped the undersides of their
without a sentiment. .Anon's Dictatorship
heading off head colds' misery often ; is always an arianeveran : cise and that this lack of exercisewas ships with makeshift armor guards. For Your Cough

prevents And remember many colds from developing opera Q. Reynolds': A long the cause of his pimples and Although crude, this protection
free blackheads-because his circulationwas
; thin line of red tape finally saved more than one pilot's life. But
takes the kick headycolds- strangled Creomulsion relieves promptly because -
ing out of It few after-
down France I. Hoffman's: He had poor. was a years beyond this start, the army and It goes right to the seat of the
helps cut the
time these colds'tmiseries ward that I learned that most
that derelicked look about him cases navy did almost nothing. And it remained trouble to help loosen and expel
hang on and onj Use Penetro Oscar I of acne-pimples-were due to gland for the alert Nazis to develop germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
'Wilde's like
: always to
Nose Drops Generous supply; 25c: ", know: everything about disturbances at the age of puberty in the idea, just as they did the soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
my new bronchial mucous mem-
riends' and nothing about my old both boys and girls. Stuka dive bombers which originated branes.Tell your druggist to sell you
Moving Nature ones. One of the most complete reviewsof with the U. S. navy. As a result a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
-
Nothing stands the "possible" causes of acne is Nazi planes are among the best pro- you must like the way it
still in
nature given in the Medical World by Drs. tected in the world.Simulianeously quickly allays the cough or you are
.but death.Emerson.'MIDDLE.AGE". NOTES OF A REPORTERTO Oscar L. Levin and Howard T. Behr- the Nazis began to have your money back.CREOMULSION. .

HIS EDITOR man, New York city. They name increasing the caliber of their air-
Verne Marshall, who offered to the various causes of the past and
plane guns in order to offset enemy for Coughs,Chest Colds,BronchitisIn
take: on all comers at Town Hall, present such as pus organisms get- armor plating. Belatedly England

had two bodyguards with him. ting into the skin, various occupa- turned to armor protection and
Watch for invite to speak from Joe tions which affect the skin by block- heavier guns, but we did nothing TurmoilIn
WOMEN [y sola: J McNazi's' mob Eve Curie due ing the openings of the oil and sweat regarding armor and very little regarding seasons of tumult and dis-

shortly for another lecture tour glands, chemicals which affect the guns-until recently.As cord bad men have most power}
HEED THIS ADVICE Wm.P. Lear of Dayton, whose planewas texture of the skin causing it to lose a result, the United States is mental and moral excellence require -

to of women smil forced down near Jacksonville, some of its elasticity, dandruff of now up against a double bottleneck.One peace and quietness.-Taci
ttThousands go pecul is at St. Vincent's hosp there, minus the scalp extending to face and is limited technical experienceon tus.

-in caused We eight teeth plus broken jaw shoulders, and gland disturbances how to armor planes without
: E. Pink-- Slapsie Maxie's, in Miami, an over- occurring ,at and for some years diminishing speed and maneuvera-
J, ,'* ham's Vegetable Com- night smash success. You can't even after puberty. These physiciansstate bility. Two is lack of plant facilitiesto ;- ,WWAI
-"" pound-famous for
UIM Cri01CE, MILLIONS,
over 60 years.Plnkham's Compound get into the gambling room. That that any of the above may produce a light-weight, bullet" '
-made especially for women-has crowded Singapore Sadie's, cause or be a partial cause of acne, resistant armor. Sf.JOSEPH r
helped thousands to relieve sTI c.
such
weak, nervous feelings due to this backed by millionaires, paid off its but that the most important single I
functional disturbance. Try It! publicity agent with a check that cause is,an improper adjustment or BRONZE KINGFISH ASPIRIN jJ4IiIEw

jounced See page 35 Radio Guide imbalance of the glands. Huey Long has returned to the WORLD'S LARGEST -
photo of Hal Kemp, inspecting last Various forms of treatment are halls of congress. SELLER AT /
o.......e.o.o.oo ..... recording he made: Got a Date outlined which include cutting downon A seven-foot bronze statue of the JI\\

: TEACHING A CHILD o With an Angel"! starches and sugars, eating more late "Kingfish" has been placed in
fruits and vegetables; keeping the Statuary hall of the Capitol betweentwo
VALUE OF PENNIES 0 U. S. foreign air travel will be intestine active; the use of vaccines, other noted figures, William Jennings -
: A child of a wise mother will be s made parallel to the steamship pat- and the use of gland substances. Bryan and the elder Sen. Rob- [ nmHEAS II IIODVERTISEMENTS'
e taught from early childhood to be0 tern, according to Administrationplans. Treatment of the skin itself in- ert M. LaFollette. Long's statue is

.o come tisernents.In a regular thatwaybetterperhaps reader of the adver- 0 .. Six great firms to place cludes use of good soap and water covered with an American flag and are your guide

than in any other can the child betaughtthegreatvalueofpenniesand S. American aviation in every quarterof many times daily in very greasy will be formally unveiled at a ceremony n to modern living. They bring you
o globe Have the Washington skins, applying hot cloths and then sometime this month. today's NEWS about the food you eat and

.. from the permanent making benefit which count.comes .. boys check Luise Rainer's new removing the blackheads, openingup The work of Charles Keck, Brook- find the clothes out about you these wear.new And things the place is rightin to
every
penny heart, an attache at British Em- of pimples containing pus, and lyn sculptor, the statue took several this newspaper.
...!....OOO..O bassy. X-ray treatments. years to complete and!: cost $15,000. I

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'. (See Recipes Below) plied to
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( ( "Darling, you've made me the word "
: < happiest man on earth!" You may have a mental filing minutes. Remove from the heat, meaning.
_'',:;..',. "Only on earth? The last man I system for your menus, or you may add drained cherries, butter and the ) y
'" ,',; ', was engaged to said he was in hisc. jot' down your meal ideas and slip Brazil nuts. ,Pour the filling into a hope-
; : :seventh heaven." them into a'recipe box. Either way, 9-inch pie plate lined with pastry. .parents
, the chances are that midwinterfinds Moisten the edge of the pie with ment fi f
I Ways and Means you in the market for some cold water; arrange lattice of pastry ly lost go :
1. Alford-I certainly have 'been fresh and workable ideas for whatto strips across pie. Press down rim his :

. pinched for money lately. feed the family. with fork. Bake in hot oven (450 Our
-I-' Tubby-What a strange way of First and foremost, you will want degrees Fahrenheit) 15 minutes, He was
'I getting it. My wife kisses me when your, winter menus to be warmingand then in moderate oven (350 degrees condition
1i i she wants money. heartening.The Fahrenheit) for 30 minutes. and to ; '.

I calorie con- Hungarian Goulash The two
tent may be a (Serves 4 to 5)) us three
I little higher be- !3/fe pounds beef round! (cubed)
I. Lost
cause more ener- Y 3 tablespoons fat
gy is needed to a 3 beef bouillon cubes The
supply heat and ply P 3 cups hot water nized The Smoke of
1
f":;t 'because the cold a Vz clove garlic He ceived, .
stimulates us to i& bay leaf -
more activity. Vi- % teaspoon salt the
\ Blackman's LIck-A-Brlk tamin suppliersneed 'Few grains cayenne pepper no need
i Blackmail's Hog Powder to be 'care 2 cups cubed potatoes their gives you-
I Blackman's Stock Powder fully watched. With your garden tablespoons butter today.

j Blackman's Poultry Powder adrift with snow, not so many fresh 1%: tablespoons flour The MILDNESS
Blackman's Poultry,TabletsBlackman's vegetables and fruits will find their 1 tablespoon paprika while "
Lice Powder way to your table. 1 cup canned tomatoes (sieved) Though

Blackman's Dip&Disinfectant Even if fresh peas, green beans Have beef cut in J/2-inch cubes. that" COOLNESS
fold
and vine-ripened tomatoes are out Brown on all sides in hot fat, then he
HIGHEST QUAlITY-LOWEST'COST of reach, almost any market boasts add bouillon cubes dissolved in hot grief-
SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDOR whole bins filled with apples, sweet water. Add garlic, bay leaf, salt to go out, FLAVORAND
YOUR MONEY BACK potatoes, cabbage and carrotsallof and cayenne pepper and simmerthe One
t, BUY FROM YOUR DEALER them potent sources of vitamins. mixture for 2 hours. Remove to follow -
Plenty of grapefruit,_ oranges and garlic and bay leaf, and add pota- can be so now.'A
tomato juice will help to replace the toes cut ininch ''cubes. Cook 30 What if

i 0 fresh tomatoes. minutes, then remove V4 cup of nine in
But now for the menus! Two are broth from pan and cool. Combine one?

dinners-one built around a fragrant, with melted butter, flour, and pap-. Sunday .Y
,r red-brown dish of Hungarian goulash rika and blend into a smooth paste. boys and

j : Calm in Danger served with plenty of hot but- Add to goulash, stirring constantly; our hearts
: t : True courage is cool and calm. tered noodles; the other, sausages I cook until thick, about 5 minutes. Add we will go
?":':;':(, The bravest men have the least baked under a covering of York- sieved tomato and cook 10 more would
i'" ., bullying insolence, and in the'time shire pudding. The third meal is a minutes. seeking
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of danger are found the most se- hot soup luncheon. Tomato Chicken Soup. me

rene and free.-Shaftesbury. Hungarian Goulash (Serves 6) II. 4.
Buttered Noodles 2 tablespoons onion (finely chopped) The

Salad Bowl 1 tablespoon butter duties
For ONLY 10/Now 2 No.u i cans con- seek her
(spinach, carrot, raw cauliflower) densed chicken the

Brazil Nut Cherry Pie .
--- soup rest which
i --; ? Less than
Coffee Milk
1 No. 1 can con- ;:into the

densed tomato 'sheep. < '

() Canned Yorkshire Green Sausages Beans with 1%soup cups water '"But I 1

Mustard Whole Butter Carrots Sauce ..- 1% cup light How '
cream or milk .m
Red Cabbage Salad % teaspoon salt Nor how : < :: '> :" ; ,...: '.

Spice Cake % teaspoon white pepper
doser of the 4
'.-' Coffee Milk Saute onion in butter until yellow Ere He average

': 1 1 and transparent. Add chicken soup, largest-selling ciga
:'lIil Tomato Chicken Soup tomato soup, water, milk, salt and -
1 it;." Swiss Cheese Sandwiches white pepper. Stir thoroughly and. 'If the love tested-less than
:
; Grapefruit and Apple Salad heat to serving temperature. :we will do them
Frosted Ginger,Bars Apricot Sweet Potatoes. seeking, according

Lesson of ValueIf Tea Milk (Serves 6) ;[age scientific
you would know the value of Red Cabbage Salad. 6 medium-sized sweet potatoes :ways find
., money, go and try to borrow some. (Serves 5 to 6) % pound dried apricots .son, but the smoke -itself.1
-Franklin. 2 cups red cabbage (shredded fine) % cup water III. -

3 tart, red cooking apples (un- % cup sugar :5-7, ,9, 10)
peeled) (diced) % teaspoon salt
USE THE OUTSTANDING The lost
FINE SWEDISH BLADE STEEL VALUE 1 cup grated carrot Peel sweet potatoes and cook in hand C
KENT 7 10 Slnr Double.Edgo Edr Olada.Bt d.or. 10 C 4 tablespoons brown sugar boiling salted water (1 teaspoon per ,neighbors.
CUPPLES COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI tablespoons vinegar quart) un il tender, about 35 min- friends and 1t
2 tablespoons French dressing (pre-. utes. Mash with a potato masher. the
Truth pared) Cover apricots with water and let
Driven Out human
soak for 30 minutes.
Then simmer
In excessive altercation, truth is10st.Syrus. Buy a small, solid young head of
red cabbage, one with thin, tendercore until tender, about 25 minutes. Mash The .:,.,, /
/ -IplV13"L--.- Rannvna--........... I the fruit to a pulp and add sugar in 7 ,
,Vand shred and salt. Whip apricot pulp with verses

CORN FREE, HAPPYFEET' shredded very fine. Place sweet: Serve potatoes very until hot.very Apricot well blended sweet- that sets even the

cabbagein the cti.. ,.
with as :
ice water for potatoes are especially good ;
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cabbage, diced WHEN DAUGHTER LEARNSTO I chapter-
apple and grated carrot. Mix brown COOKIs son. In
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until dressing is thoroughly learning to cook? Father will encourage sought
mixed with salad. her efforts if she learnsto searched
Brazil Nut Cherry Pie. prepare the kind of good sub- did not ,
(Makes 1 9-inch pie) stantial food he likes: Eleanor the father.
COMMITTEEADVERTISING 2& cups sour, red cherries Howe's Cook Book "Feeding Fa Some
ther" will tell her in
(canned) how simple, of his
1 cup cherry juice easy-to-follow language. She'll these lines D
even learn to bake his favorite would
is a great vigi- 3 tablespoons cornstarch one 2 <.
1 chocolate cake without much supervision me to
lance cup sugar
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committee .
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maintained in Simply send 10 cents in coin to! the
your inter- 2 cup sliced Brazil nuts
"Feeding Father" care of Eleanor God. He
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Juice. Blend
cornstarch and sugarin Avenue Illinois to
Chicago,
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:FOUR = =' :
.: _. q. __ r .T FRIDAY;. JANUARY si, 19.1
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The Clewiston News '(1.F" .r.: the Ahkoond I mourn, Logan ...............:.....157. 178. 120 Hendry To Exhibit ,: which. take part in the event and
Who wouldn't? Oliver ................,..... 90 ,. /
He strove to disregard the .message, Waters ............'......., 99 152 140 At igj distributed among visitors to the'
Published every Friday In Clewfston. stern, Kolstad ..............:_.148 156 151 Ft. Myer: ;Fair Fair grounds.
:Florida. by'; the CLEWISTOtof- NEWS. But he Ahkoondn't.Dead Bass ......u...... ...... .. 127 111 :7 j, I I MThe American, flag' will fly from

Inc. Dead, Dead: ,TOTAL ......:......:..612 789 661 I (LaBelle News) ., : tgt; as pole set up on the courthouse

Sorrow, Swats! Hendry county products 'w1ll';/ oe : 'grounds, on the north lawn' facing
KEATIILEY BOWDEtf. Editor Swats wha hae wi' Ahkoond bled, Kiwanis .,u
Swats whom he hath often led' Lawrence ...:..':...:..... 140 110, on. parade at' the annual Southwest I state highway 25. Three joints of

Entered as second': class mall matter Onward to a gory bed Doke ..............:.......:116 124 131 Florida Fair which, will, "be pipe, 20 feet of six inch, 20 feet 4
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office inClewJston jpr: ; to victory Miner ...................... 143 123 176 held Feb. 17-22 in Fort ,Myers.. ,The inch and 20 feet two inch :will 'be
,
March 3, 1897.Subecriptloh Florida. under the Act, ol JAs the case might be, Markette _:........._....155 141 140 county commissioners Thursday welded together. make the pole.
I '"Sorrow, Swats! Wilcox ........................ 96 142 turned the matter over to County
The cost is expected to be $125.C. .
Ezelle .. ......... ......... 196 123 'Agent D. W.. Ward, who will look;
Hate 2.00 Per Year. Tears shed, TOTAL ...............630 69'4 712 after the details: of putting. on an C. House, WPA local super
Advertising Kates Ou Application. ''Shed tears like water, Clewiston MotorsE. exhibit.At visor of work projects, informedthe

Your great Ahkoond is dead! E. Kelly..........195 142 142 the same time the board'vot- board that the present shift

; That Swats the matter! Collier .................;.120 113 ed to pay $25, the amount requested
Devoted to the advancement and welfare would complete the Devil's Garden
of Clowlston and Hendry County. Mourn, city of Swat! I Bestor .................:...160 152 130 by the Fair association, for road. It was agreed to resubmitthe
Your great Ahkoond is not, Nail ....................::.137 145" advertising Hendry county in the Keri road project so that workmen
I But lain 'mid worms to rot Waters ..........,......... 171 159 142L. small booklet which is prepared would start the next work
We're about to decide that Hitler His mortal part alone, his soul was Kelly ..........._... 131R. I for the benefit of the five counties- period there without a layoff.

pinned the medal on Lindy as a : caught Kelly................. 140, I .
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.reward for future performances.'The I (Because he was a good Ahkoond) TOTAL ................ 783 724 672 I

Up to the bosom of Mahound. ....: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..(:fr.****+*:.4:M:.***:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

inauguration is over, Roose- Though earthly walls his frame surround Kurtz Loses Sixty 't'Y 't'
velt is officially President for a Y h
Y h
third term and Henry A. Wallace" (Forever hallowed be the ground! ) \ Acres of LettuceThe .Y. h
t
"the ; If tly
becomes forgotten man.
And skeptics mock the lowly mound
I
you have tearsFlorida's Ah h
And say, "He's now of no
''koond! recent cold spell, which caused ? h h
Fair season is almost His soul is in the skies- the mercury in thermometers in I Y h
underway The Orange Festival at The azure skies that bend above. several parts of the 'glades to drop t h
Winter Haven next week, then the : -. his lovedMetropolis to freezing and below, did its Y Y I
Tampa Fair and the Fort Myers of SwatHe greatest damage in this county to Iy .

Fair, the Everglades Fair and I sees with larger, other eyes, the lettuce fields of R. E. Kurtz ''Y ) I
many others. II, 'Her knows what's Swat. and associates at Shawnee Farms I Y ( IY

at Liberty Point and sixty acres of 't'..' /SSJfigQs '
The new theater building is Let Swat bury the great Ahkoond, the crop will be plowed under as a t MONDAY ARE NOT .h.
With noise of mourning and of Y h
rapidly nearing completion. Soon I a result.
Y rtVKO/W/ HWaj hY
we will be enjoying better \pictures -. lamentation!, Otto Larsen, field superintendent, .t N,6T LONG i hY
with better sound reproduction Let .Swat bury the great Ahkoond, stated Wednesday that younger let- "eIR. EDNESOA a hY xo.
in a much more comfortable With the noise of the mourningOf tuce plantings which appeared to Y. a i t 1I

theatre. the Swattish nation? have been the worst damaged by .' o .
Fallen is at lengthIts the cold were coming out very Y: ,

The "cattlecade" which someone tower of strengthIts nicely: and would not be seriously Y
humorously dubbed the long 'cattle sun is dimmed ere it had noon- damaged. That hurt worst was Y Y- H

men's motorcade through here Wednesday ed: some of the older lettuce which ::: :i:
: must have been impressed Dead lies the 'great Ahkoond, had already started to head. This 'i'. ..,
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Not The great Ahkoond of Swat he said would be ." C"
at the reception in Clewiston. I sixty acres, plowed t '
:: l" rr.tl. n.
1 i
Is not! m ::
only a luncheon. and trips to the under at once and replanted.
sugar house and elsewhere but -they Damage done by torrential rains Y. .h.

were greeted, as they entered town, Merchants Drop Two over the past 'week-end to the remaining :Y_ (Explanation on Page Eight) ..;..
by a brass band. The minstrel portion of better than five ..

show, in town for the day, was I Games But Hold LeadThe hundred acres of the lettuce was as Every hour ,' of''the day, your money is ;*
giving its noon concert.RAMBLINGS.. yet undetermined but believed to

have been slight.. := working for "you=when you start a savings =i=
Merchants team of the bowl- About four cars have been pro- .t' ,

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:; ing League dropped two games cessed and shipped from the new :!: account :here. :For consistent savers :!:
I( Tuesday night to the Clewiston Motors lettuce packing plant and'shipments :i: :i:
team but held, their lead over had been expected ,to be underway i
I :: we offer a special plan. Why not stop ;
the Sugar Corporation Office team steadily at this time. The cold and .t. ::
and the Kiwanis team, tied for sec rains, however, have prevented this t .t.:
By B. B. :: in and ask about 'It?
ond place' The Clewiston Motors and it is expected to be a coupleof ::
.. team also took two out of three weeks before packing is con-''y Y
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:"..:. from, the' Kiwanis in their match tinued. .Y Y Y Y

played on Tuesday night of last I Y y' Y
The. brutal murder of two Pa---week I DIRECTORS REELECTED Y Y Y
hokee business men-Gordon Vann Y Y
:and Elmer Rice-stirred the entire. All games last night 'were rained ,At a meeting of the stockholdersof Y Y
out. In the second game Tuesday X -.x
the Clewiston Federal
Lake region this week. It is one : Savingsand
I night the Sugar Corporation COmmissary Loan Association held recently, f
of the most dastardly crimes of I
!
recent and we can only hope team took two of three Jay W. Moran and F. D: Duff, h.t. ,'..
:years from the City team and in the only f
whose terms directors had expired h
I as -
that the law officials who are .

working hard to bring the guilty .to j'.' 'game last' week played the on ,Merchants Thursday nightof took were re-elected.. : .A:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.:..:..: :..:..:-:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..Y..
Justice will be successful in th
:
three straight from the Engineers.
efforts. ,Many Clewiston ir'l
Martin rolled a 202 in this game --- .
were friends of one or the for the high score of the week. .:.N:ANN. :..:NNNN..:M:..:NNH:NN:N...:.:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNNNN:NNNN:NNNNNNNN:NNNN:..:NNNNH:..:NNMNNNNN:NN:..:..-t
of these two young men, and even The scores are as follows; : :: : :N:..:N:N N N N:N:NN N N N:N:N:N N:N N N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:..:..:N:.i N:M:N:.:N:.:N Nil N::N:ti N N N:N:N N:N:N N N:..:N N N:N:N N.:N:..:H N:N:N:N:N i.:N.:N:N:N:.;N.\
those who knew neither of them YY .. 1?
were shocked and grieved at the U. S. S. Corp. :?:::: :::::
Hager ....... .............158 131 170 A e Ah

tragedy. ,* '* 'r Waters .........:.........133 135 135 I ..."... ,. ..;.{. ..,

Oliver .....................-116 8789 .;. : .t..
The section has seen many visi Logan .............,-.......109 107 110 i j ...t.... ENJOY AN 't'.t..:'
tors since the opening of the '" : '
pres- Kolstad ..............:..126 ; :. 'tU'
ent season, but this week two Bass ........................ 122 111 ? : : ;
groups of Florida people took occasion : ; ;
TOTAL ...............642 582 615 i P ;_ U
to visit the area and inspectthe City, Team : ';... ALL ELECTRIC I :: :
Everglades farms and sugar in- .i"i. :( -
Boone ..........:...:......128 112 -.,.'. ; ,,' 't.'t'
dustry.200 members On Wednesday of the Florida more than Association Crawford ...............143 150 141 ::::i: '/:; ;,-<; ;:. ::::

Allen ............::.......160 168 104 ... "' HOME ',.- ',.,..::1 .....
of Cattlemen had lunch in .... ,:
Charley ...................119 187, 134 : -' !: ;' 't.';'
Clewiston, visited the mill and Griffin ............::.00....... 86 89 :!::: ? :::i:
:sugar plantations while on a trip
around the Lake. They were mak- TOTAL ...............636 752 571 ....y, AI .a YY

ing a two-day tour of the cattle in- .ff... .'

chobee dustry and after came visiting here the from State Okee-Experiment Kelly decision'.......".."".161 MotorsE. 136 .154 :i::: Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that :'t.!: ::

Waters ...................130
Thursday Farm a group at Belle of ladies Glade.from R.: Kelly .................140 168 145 :_.::t: takes care of both the work and ,the pleasures of the :sZ: :

the North Bestor ....;................174 134 146 ':::: -3i:
Miami Garden Club droveto home and one that will do everything quickly efficiently ::
Clewiston for the day. They I I C. Nail ...................133 138 .:..:. .}..
Collier ,,, 122 .;... and II
visited the sugar mill, the town- .n""'''''' '' ; economlca y. 't.';'
site plantation, saw through the '[! TOTAL .....:.......... 738 688 70S'I r. yy

fields and to Miami.local gardens They were_and guests returned -'I Schroeder. 'l\Iel'clmnts.............. 114 149, I :!::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :!:;!:

Charley .................... ,117 126 .
of the Clewiston : hours of safe : :
Garden Club give two
for I ::::=: your eyes reading light or operate : :t:
lunch at the Inn. McGehee ........i........ 107 105 '
,* '* Driggers .................116 116 :*::*: your radio for most .of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is **

tn January 22 1878 Stone .....................153 156 142 ::
the :f : thing that cheaper the of it that : :::
Ahkoond of Swat died London ,Martin ................:..., 180 164 one gets more you use.
and ..:t: .
newspapers noted it briefly. George George ................:... 146 US ; :' ++ ..

'Thomas' Lanigan,, 'a Canadian correspondent I TOTAL ........;......607 724 678 't"::::: That' is why It is so easy to have and enjoy ahome :'tOOt'tt:

in the papers., chanced He knew upon that the, Swat item Merchants :i::=: that is all electric and m dern. +*

was a province in India, but he had[ I, Martin ...................128 141 202 Y Y YY
only a vague idea of what an"ahkoond" I Driggeis .._......::.......159 135 124 Y YY h.
was. (Would you?) Schroeder. .......:.......133 118 .Y..t. .?..t.
At any rate he retermined that 'the Stone ..............'........ 100 149 : h
ahkoond's death should be noted George ............'........ 156 148 '158 :::: ELECTRICITY.IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :!:::

in more than a passing line. So Charley ............'........: ,138 136 I

lie sat down and dashed off a TOTAL ........'.......: 676 680 769 'i.'i. ,:;. .:...

parody to Tennyson's memorable U. S. Engineers :;::: ANT-USE ::::
ode which appeared in the New Miller .....................121 132 IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.
York World "next_day., It has delighted Thomas .................... 138 111 141 xx
1 ..
thousands of readers since. Cutteuo ............:....121 83 US 'ii y:: ; ':'

Here 'tis: Clark ...............::....113 113 -116 .'t'..t. ...y..:.
Smith ..........*.:::.....121 139 152 : y: .t.h
..
A THRENODY Hooks ............?..:...... 79 .i. : ..t..t.yy ...
The Ahkoond of Swat is dead- .TOTAL .................. 614 525 659 ....:. ."" r ..t.y .
London newspapers. ,.. 'ft. hh
What, What, What, -: U. S..-Sugar Office hJ

What's the news from Swat? Von Mach ......__........175 133 139 ji

Sad news, ... Shelley ...........?.......128 125 !J Glades Power and Light Co Ii
"Bad news, Crochet ...................129 126 155
Comes by the cable led : Bell ............T............ 130 148 133 .:..:: .:..t.
.
Through the Indian ocean's bed, :Ward .....................210 167 149 :' .t..::.
Through the Persian gulf, the Red Wilson .................... 122 .'t':.::t: .t..t....t.yy ..

'Sea and the Med- 0.' ;10\';',, ,. TOTAL ................ 771: 696 701 '' h.
; ::: .t..t.
:

The Iterranean-he's.Ahkoond is dead dead:! U.......S... ..Sugar........ Coinni. ('..............'..-..........-...............................................................................-.............'...............-.......................................................................-............'....................... ..............................................::......:.
I Ii i Hager ; 118 176 139 j :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN, :..:.. ..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:NNN-.....Ns....Nl





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JANUARY: 24 1041 ,THH' ,CLHWISTO1C .fflffWB, :PAGE, It'iZY'f

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' V. E., Ramsey was a business MR. AND MRS B. A. BOURNE FOR' 'SALE-12 acres muck land,
'
1 visitor in.lMiaini Tuesday. HOSTS' AT BRIDGE PARTYDr. : 4i house large: barn, ono

-, I acre roses and gerberas, 50 'papayatreLs "

1 f f PersonalsJohn "l s('r:"and 'Mrs. Winthrop Winslowof and Mrs. B. A. Bourne ;avocado and citrus trees; 1 .

t Providence, R. I., were overnight hosts at a bridge party at i+ mile' .from ,town, JbQ..Q.O cash or ( +: )

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas V. home Thursday evening. The j terns See or write Melvin Pape, :!

S., Mumford,. the latter part of theweek. was the twentieth anniversary I Moore- ,..- .,.Haven. ,. Fla. ,;
: Dr. and Mrs. Bourne's' wedding,
Tiedtke spent the weekendin .: . '
->- :J
\ : the guests were unaware, of 1
----- I
Orlando. HOUSE FOR RENT-New .
unfurnished
significance of the party until
Mrs. George F. Sharp returned to five-room bugalow with "
arrived.
they : "
'
Mr. and Mrs. Rumsey Thompsonof 'Orlando last week to undergo an fireplace and portecochere. $30.00 "' .
St. Louis were visitors in Clew- operation at the Orange General Mrs. ,C., J. Neilson was month' under lease. BishopWilsonLumber

: iston' Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. Hospital. Reports from her'; this a pottery' bowl as first prize Company '

, 'f week are that she is making splendid ladies, 'Mr. McLendon a
as high men's prize. Mrs.
since the operation. '
1 and Mrs. E. D. Gage (of Miami progress don was given Yardley's Fo'k' RENT-2 small houses for

spent several days in ,Cle iston Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mullin' and as ladies' consolation and Mr. rent at Bare Beach. Pete Ghagarls' ,

this week. Mr- and Mrs. J. L. White ,of Columbus er a clothesbrush as men's I Clewiston Bar.Johnson's.-

: RObe' Ga., spent several: days tion. Mr. McIntyre made the

l Dixon is a patient in the here this week at the Inn. Mr. cut and won a novel door-stop.

Lee ,Memorial Hospital in, Fort Mullin was a visitor in Clewistonfor Refreshments of salad, Fish Camp

I, several days last and returned -
Myers.H. year es, coffee and ice cream were ,
' to enjoy the fine fishing In ed to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. (Near Hurricane Gate) ,

!! T. Frierson spent the week- Lake Okeechobee. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. ,\ ; Clewiston, Fla.

" end in Fort Myers with his sister, and Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mr. and : Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Dale D.. Newton of Peoria, Ill., :
Mrs. Oliver Sclple. II. C. W. Fuller, and Mr. and Rates ReasonableW.
left Tuesday after ,a business visitof
' 1 several 'days here. On Mondayhe C. L. McLendon. H. Johnson, Mgr.

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson conducted a Caterpillar school I

" : were visitors Sunday in West Palm for employees of the Clewiston Motor SHARON CROCHET'S IRT .....
:" : Beach. OBSERVED ,BY PARTY
Company. In addition to the
I
< -
MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
: local employees, five men-Cy I
,;4, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez and' Cruze, Bob Mitchell, Jerry Cato, Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
, j< : in Arcadia : ed a large group of children Maps Estimates
E Joe Falcon spent Monday (L M. HUrdle and Bill Morrisofthe
,.J' her home Friday afternoon, i I
,: business.
on Shelley Tractor and Equipment JOHN H. DOTY
: brating. the fourth of
; birthday
1 ; ,' Company of Miami attended., Consultant
.,; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lakin of MIami daughter, Sharon, I II Engineering
:\: Mr. and Mrs. John Allen andchildren Hopkins Bldg. CleViston, Fla.
I ;: were business visitors here T. Stories and games were
, :':<- Tuesday and Wednesday. >of Miami spent the weekend I I by the children in the -

,:,: :t i here 'with Mr. and Mrs. D. B. and later refreshments of ice .
Gln xe Scientifically Broken licna .
, ',' -:; Mrs. Jack Herring of Winona, :' Allen._ John T. Allen is stationedat and cake wre eserved. Party Fitted, and Repaired Duplicated.

, :';.:-: ;' Mississippi, is visiting her son, B. the ,Naval Air Station at Opa- vors were on the plates, and DR. F D. GUDBAUROptometrist

:' E. Herring and family. Locka,, and" has just completed histwentieth birthday' cake was decorated in
, -j,, : : year of service in the and blue .and lighted with Phone IDS r. Collier Arcade
i. Fort Florida
Myera
Mrs. Lee Johnson of Detroit, naval' air force. Although' eligiblefor candles. Successor to K. H. Oakley
:Michigan, arrived Tuesday for a retirement he has been retained The guests were Corinne

visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. A. in service under the new defense Eleanor VonMach, Harry

R. Broadfoot, and family. regulations. He is a brother of George Anne Suggs, Paul J. M. COUSECounselor

D. :B. Allen. Bowden, Annette O'Day,

."., J. F. Curry, who is spending a Guthrie, Beverly Carlton, ; and Attorney at Law

...' few months in West Palm Beach, W.' M. S. HOLDS BUSINESS Lee, Ronald Hare, Sue Hopkins Building

spent the week-end here with his MEETING, AT, ,HOME OF Agnes Ann Hackett, Jimmy Wednesdays and Saturdays

:: '/ 'family.Mr. MRS. NELSON TUESDAYThe Alicia Theus, Benny Prewitt, 9:80 ,to 4:00

Carol Flaniken, Marjorie
monthly business meeting of
and Mrs. M. 'H. Thomas and, Patsy Meredith, Wayne King,
the: :Woman's Missionary Society CLEWISTONTINNING
". their guests Dr: and Mrs. James Musgrave and Claire Jones.!!
was held Tuesday afternoon at the & PLUMBING SHOP
Clarke of Nashville, spent Thurs
,
home of, Mrs. Carawan Nelson. The the'n
_, day in Manatee. meeting Is usually held in the MISS MAE PALMER HOSTESSTO Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
BRIDGE CLUB \ !
" --- ? Prompt, Efficient Service
church, but due to the construction
:, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Mrs7A. "
I' work OnHhe interior of the ,church, PETER 'CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
R. Broadfoot attended a meeting Miss Mae Palmer was hostess
the .group met at Mrs. Nelson's.
of the Eastern Star chapter in her bridge club at her home
,'Mrs.'. ;:Arch Hodges president,
.
', 1
';' Moore Haven Thursday night. nesday evening Mrs.
I
.-c, presided, and Mrs. M. C. Doke led
' '-, ilieJ ,Devotional. Reports from Turner was awarded first prize, :N:N N : ') :+:+: : :N N: : : :+: : :N N:N
,;; :: ', Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Van Volken- Mrs. B. J. Schroeder second =
various officers and committee
:-,; burg and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hum- chairmen Both gifts were toiletries. :: : :
j" were given, and a pro- "
.. ; phrey of Huntsville, Ala., spent' Harriet Hayward was given, a '-
' gram was presented by the Mary .
: : the past week' at the Clewiston_ Inn. remembrance. -
,,: 0 :, Ellen 'Dozier Circle with Mrs. M. C. Miss Palmer served cake
.Vowell, Mrs.. A. D. Dixon, ,Mrs. G., '
,;.. :/ :'Mrs. :Thomas Minter of Newton:' E-ytWenzloff:" and Mrs. A. R. Broadfo'61takinglipa.rt whipped cream, salted nuts SAKE

.::, ,,'" ,Ga., arrived;; TuesdayJo- visitr! ,, ,-,- ? coffee to Miss Hayward, .
with her ""sister-in-law, 'Mrs. Fred: + Blanche Turner, Mrs. Harry :,
,::ATinouhcement: was made of the
.'; Curry. ;1'; er, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. R.
study ALLEYS
course of the "Year, ;Book" to I BOWLING
Nowling, Mrs. Campbell E.
be held
January 29th at the homeof
Miss Mary Powell of Miami, district Mrs/!! B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. R. : score of 200 better
:' Mrs. B. E. Herring.' Mrs- W.. L. gent's or
director of recreational ac- associational Wilson and Mrs. Roy Alston.
Watkins, president,
tivities of the WPA, was a business Mrs. B; H. Cuttino was pins a score of 100 or better I
from West Palm Beach, will teach
visitor here Wednesday.
Others attending were Mrs.--D. B. day' afternoon. Mrs. Emil ; :N N:N:N:N N:N:M:N:N:$N:N:N:N N N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:-
Mrs. Foy Durrence spent several won high prize and Mrs. R.
Allen Mrs.
Clayton Waters, Mrs.
':" /: days this week visiting Mr. and ,' Knight, second prize. The
':'; Mrs. Donnie O. Durrence in Fort H.:- 'E. 'Walker, Mrs. L. C. 'Miller, served gingerbread and coffee :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..)
"" Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Mrs.. B .E.
Myers. Mrs. Minder, Mrs Knight, : _
'' : Herring, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs.E. .
Earl Smith, Mrs. R. N .Smith,
' '. M.Cornette, Mrs. I. S., Bell, Mrs.
\ Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern and C. J. Neilson, Mrs. Keith BUY '
, Campbell Nail, Mrs. W. R. Broade-
, :: ,son, Johnnie, left Tuesday for rick "w. field and Mrs. J. G. Niblack. .
.. Mrs. G. Mathis, Mrs. C.
,' Massena, N. Y, where Mr. Cothern ,' Mrs. W. H. Lanier
Allen
Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. R.
' ,' >. was transferred to the Massena -office J. Blount, Mrs. Paul Hite, Mrs. her afternoon bridge club at 's;,.

/: '; of'the U. S. Engineers. Fred. Topper, Mrs. F. Miller, Mrs.C. Ezelle home received Wednesday.a' pottery Mrs. bowl J. :_:: resident lot. One, of- .....1:::

R., Krueger, Mrs. Andrews and ''
::; ;, Mrs. F. D. Hessie and son, Frank first prize and Mrs. L. C. i :
Mrs. M. Thomas.
A. ::
,,?,: Hessie, of Jacksonville arrived Saturday compact for cut prize. A :_:; location. Priced .,,
-
.:: r for a visit with her daughter GOOD course with hot rolls and ,t.
+ WORKERS CLASS HOLD
}":,' Mrs. George T. Augur, and BUSINESS AND SOCIAL MEET was served to Mrs. Ezelle, :_: :::
'
\':", '- Jean and Carol Augur. Miller, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs.

"" The Good Workers; Class of the N. :Smith, Mrs. Carl Johnson, 1 .f

Wayne and Alta Settle and Mrs. Baptist Sunday School held its business Keathley Bowden, Mrs. G. :: h er listings in which ':::
,,:'::}, Flora Dean are arriving from Tam- meeting at the home of the Thomas and Mrs. Dave Alston.

::" ;,:, pa Friday for a visit with Mr. and teacher, Mrs. C. S. Waters, Thurs- : *
:':r':' ..-' Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Miss Lee day evening. P.-T. A. MET TUESDAY ;'
::: s
JPridgen. New officers were elected as fol- IN SCHOOL AUDITORIUMThe : :

lows:' Margie Allen, president;: f'

Clarence R. Bitting of New York, Joyce Phillips, vice-president; Joan Parent-Teacher ,
'
preuidenUof the United States Sugar Walker, secretary; Betty Dixon, met Tuesday afternoon in the d 1 ,.

'<, Corporation, arrived Wednesday for group captain; Shirley Krueger, auditorium. Study books 'were : ar s ey .
a stay of several days at his apartment group captain. dered from the state : :X

'- at the Clewiston Inn. After the business meeting sev- of education with a view to ;: : or I

.,- eral games were enjoyed and refreshments iarizing members of the PTA ,t.
:, Mrs. Agnes Wormington, of Mf.Taber of punch and coo'liieswere ; the organization of the school S. 66 .
.:" : N. J., who has spent three served to Margie Allen, Leila tem in the state. 'These ;

.\ weeks with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Adams, Jacqueline Bledsoe, Betty give duties of school :: ART LAWRENCE :::

v Bigg has returned to Orlando Dixon, Katherine Dyess, Shirley dent, school trustees, school X

where she is spending the winter. Krueger, Joyce Phillips, Carolyn members, as well as state (
Robison and Betty Stough. and will be of much value to -:..:_:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:-:..:-:..:..:-:..>>)4

.. 'I'-, S ..... "Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. E. C. 4I
,,;,, Mills, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Agnes
Wormington and Miss Harriett I I


5 "Hayward:Myers. spent Thursday in Fort i YOUR HOME BIG ENOUGHHomes

!IS

.5 of Mrs.Bradenton Mrs.R.Rainey's B.,, Rainey were brother guests and ,son Thursdayof W., Bill W.,


Perry, and her mother, Mrs. J. Q.

Baker. Mrs. Rainey is remaining don't grow in size but home completely to fit their

(' until Sunday with the Perry family. families do. Houses should be present needs.

" / enlarged but are not because

-- Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and people, lack the cash to buy. The ABC Monthly Payment Plan

'"Marianne Jones were visitors in Consequently many families are is a simple, economical way to i:

:.' West Palm Beach Saturday, going living in crowded quarters bepurchase home improvements k'

; ,over to meet Mrs. Jones' mother, cause they don't know that under out of income. Convenient and
'
'. Mrs. H. V. Briant, who arrived terms can be arranged to
: the ABC Monthly Payment easy
'from Jacksonville for a visit here. suit _--- -- .] v.JI
:' Plan they can remodel their your purse. .'- --- _

.. ,
e
: Miss Edwina Parkinson, of wasp= ; '1 ,
ington, D. C., who is spending her I j I 5S
vacation In Alva visited her brother -

C. V. Parkinson, here Fridayen H 5

route to Moore Haven from astay' Bishop =Wilson Lumber CompanyF.RIDAY

of several days in Miami.



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supplies in the mission tonight, for charging into the raiders, threw Warmer
five men, much less twenty-five." them into momentary confusion. Getting

"I demand these supplies right Bowie, yelling, discharged his pistols -
now, in the name of the United to the right and left. The raid- Records kept by the Hudson.Bay
States of America." ers ducked and dodged as their company prove that during the 1{

"And what will you do if you horses reared on one another. A I past two centuries the average interval -

don't get them?" interposed Bowie volley of oaths, an enraged yell between the setting in of
casually. from Blood, went up; a scatteringflash winter frost in the Northwest and

"Shut up, Bowie! My men must of rifle and pistol fire lightedthe the spring thaw has decreased by

be fed. Padre, you've got tons of plaza for an instant. But the no fewer than 10 days. During the

food. If you can't find this food in gate had clanged shut, and the same period the ice fringes of both

your old mission, I can and will findit phantom riders had melted into the poles have been steadily retreat- -
for you!" darkness of the night. I ng. During the comparativelyshort

"It's a dark night, Blood," sug- space of time that theAntarctic -
I CARMENoF CNO gested Bowie. "Better wait till Long afterward Bowie learned ; has been visited by man the
morning." that no two of the stunned guerillas ice has retired some 40 miles.

Blood stamped ferociously on the agreed on who had ridden out European glaciers are carefully

tile pavement. He roared at Bowie. through the big gate or just what measured, and all or almost all

WNU Servic He stormed at the padre."Don't had actually happened. Bowie did are receding The Aletsch, largestof
7y FRANK H. SPEARMAN @ Frank H. Spearman I not slow the almost uncontrollable
depend on me to hold these Alpine glaciers, is receding at
CHAPTER XVIIContinued19 A gleam of light flamed throughthe hungry boys back. I can't do it. horses until they had reached cov- the rate of 50 feet yearly. The

high window. They want, money and they want er in the doubly dark alameda. Car- 'kaltwasser, Lotchen, the Tural are
"What is that?" whispered Car- men parted from his embrace slow- ,
rode supplies and they'll burn this placeto all growing shorter.
At length the renegade up
it seemed such natural
ly: a placeto
"
men. the ground if they don't both.
with Felipe. get
for talk
to the tower a
rest her head and in her
ear
"Nothing to worry about. They i
that the party were "Blood, you're .wasting your
He explained
for close to his breast she had heard
squatters from the Melena and had were getting wood together outfit.a breath," intervened Bowie. "If ;you his heartbeat. Pull the Trigger on
when I scented the
bonfire
no grudge against the mission if or your ruffians try to touch so muchas
she remembered herself.
treated right. The only You see, my precious one, he con- a strip of bacon here tonight Suddenly
they were tinued gravely, "this is what this "Darling, are you hurt? Tell me Lazy Bowels and
will
man they wanted to square accounts somebody get killed. Now I'm quick!" ,
to.
he sent beautiful country is coming going to shut this door and to
if
with Bowie and were go
was "
out they would leave. These ruffians are as bad as the bed, and I advise you to do the "No, vida. mia, no. But you? he Comfort Stomach, too
whispered.She
savages and with no more regardfor "
Felipe, less shrewd than the renegade women. Come back with me same.""Bowie laughed low and cautiously. When constipation brings on acid in-

told him at once that Bowie to the sacristy. Pardaloe and Sim- I've got" a long score to "I am not. Thank God, we are ,digestion,stomach upset,bloating,dizzy
was not there. This was really what mie will be here soon." settle with you- safe." spells,gas,coated tongue,sour taste and

they wanted to know, inasmuch as But Pardaloe and very Simmie, arriv- "Wait till daylight, Blood. I'm "I think so, but we may be pursued bad breath, your stomach is probably
he was the only man they were going to bed." He slammed the door "crying the blues" because your bowels
I hope not. Now I will give
news.
disquieting
ing soon, brought don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna
afraid of. The renegade rode away, shut. Clamor outside to -
The disturbance in the plaza had grew a you a more comfortable seat." to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels,
and presently the attack on the roar. A hasty conference took place
all been made by six or eight of the i combined with Syrup Pepsin to save i,
gates was renewed. Fortunately, a in the sacristy-the despairing fathers "What is that, 'Quito mio?" Car. your touchy stomach from further dis
few of the young Tularean! Indian the Texans and Felipe, with men spoke from her own saddla tress.For years;many Doctors have used
mission inflamed with the Carmen pepsin compounds as vehicles, or car-
boys, anxiously listening.
and her voice betrayed her acute riers to make other medicines agreeableto
spirit of their warlike ancestors, had Bowie did not seek to disguise the alarm. your stomach. So be sure your laxa-

seized muskets from the guard- situation. With twenty or thirty men Bowie noticed the low sharp.rum tive contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on
house, and they fired at the raiders behind him, Blood's boast that he bling. But he was so alert to thee Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined

through the portholes. They did would clean the mission out mightbe danger of pursuit that he did not at with Syrup Pepsin.See how wonderfullythe
little damage, but they scared the a serious one. Simmie noticed first comprehend.He Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves
and muscles in intestines to bring
cowardly squatters enough to hold 1 that Bowie looked grave. He knew was not left long in doubt. welcome relief your from constipation. And

them off. the Texan was not squeamish about The rumbling grew instantly louder. the good oldSyrup Pepsin makes this

The renegade, after a long time, facing odds. But Carmen's pres- The horses became unmanageable laxative so comfortable and easy on
rode back to the tower for another ence was another matter. Should 'i- They shook with terror. A your stomach. Even finicky children

talk with Felipe. The party, he anything happen to him in the fight, deafening roar burst on the ears. love laxative.the taste Buy Dr.of this Caldwell's pleasant Laxative family

said, were ready to leave, providedthe what might happen to her? Of a sudden Carmen and Bowie Senna at your druggist today. Try one

padre would set out a cask of 3k, He asked Carmen to step outsidea were rocked in their saddlestheearth laxative that comforts your stomach,too.

wine as a gesture of good will. c t' C moment. He then spoke to Padre was heaving in terrifying

Felipe sent the message down- t Martinez. "I'm put in an awkward Within Us

stairs. Padre Martinez had retreated : position, Padre. I don't like to seem deal of
There is a great unmapped -
to the sacristy. He called in y" to run away from you in face of country within us which
Padre Gomez his assistant. The these first
drunken devils. But my
into
would have to be taken account
assistant was for the proposal, the r.'Si. responsibility is for Senorita's safe- of ti
in ,an explanation our
against it. Carmen was and if made their '
padre, ty, they good and storms.-George Eliot.
gusts
called in. She listened to all that threat to fire the mission, she might

was urged and without hesitation find herself in the worst kind of v r,1 .

sided with the assistant. "Only,"' danger." ENJOY 6 BLESSINGS FOR

she added coolly, "set out a caskof Padre Martinez laid his hand on

brandy, not of wine. Those Bowie's arm. "I understand per- RHEUMATIC PAIN

wretches will be less dangerous fectly, my son. I ask you to take, -

drunk than sober. If it should occur before all else, whatever measures 1.Helps to Are rheumatic pain,

to them to set fire to the quar- tTo are, necessary to protect our Seno- lessen pain muscular aches,or rheumatic -

ters, heaven' knows what would hap- rita-for, as our benefactress, we 2. Reduce fever "clogging
pen to us." feel that she is ours'as well. What- fever your works?" )"bou-

Her counsel was followed. The square accounts with Bowie. ever may happen here, it is your 3. Works sands who suffer these
gates were opened. A cask of bran- duty to protect her." on "muscle miseries have been

dy was rolled out, and a basket backwash from the squatters. The Bowie called Carmen into the con- aches" helped by Prescription

With drinking gourds was sent two scouts in their search for Car- ference. He laid the situation be- 4. Comforts C- 223. Helps lessen

along. The,.renegade, with a heavy men had reconnoitered. river and fore her. Padre, his hands claspedin ., Eases pain relieving by quick, action.soothS. -
ing,
stone, broached. the cask, and an the Melena. From a squatter strag. anxiety, listened. She looked i mind against"pain Sold
by druggists on a
orgy of drinking began. It absorbedthe gler they had learned that Blood from one to the other and back to strain" money-back guarantee
interest of the revelers for a was back with his friends but that know 6.Guaranteed6CX
Bowie in confidence. "You $i, Try -2323.
time, to the exclusion of all else. supplies were low and they were best, Don Henry," she said trust-
For an hour''' that was long and talking of raiding the mission that fully.

anxious to the mission defendersthe night. Plans Regulated
He called in Pardaloe and Sim-
drunken yelling and singing "If Blood undertakes this tonightit's Men's plans should be regulatedby
mie and told them what he meantto
went on. Then there came a knockat not a good place for our Senorita 'the circumstances, not circum-
do. Felipe he dispatched to scout ..
the sacristy door. Panic seized ," said Bowie' in the sacristy the quadrangle and search for an stances by the plans.-LivJ. .
the little group: A whispered con- conference that followed. "He won't
opening not covered by Blood'smen.
sultation followed. Knocking, grow- leave without plenty of fight. Butwe'll -
back with
Felipe came no
ing momentarily'more impatient, see. good news. He shook his head. Towering trees whirled in GRAY BAIRSDo
continued. Only a wax candle lighted The Texan declared that Carmen circles.
the room and, with faces should be spirited away. "We'll "Those men are everywhere. you like them? If not. get a bottle of

blanched as they listened to the have our hands full to take care of "Ben," he said to Pardaloe, waves. "Temblor! gasped Cai- Lea's make your Hair gray Preparation hairs a color it is guaranteed so close to the to

pounding, Carmen was told in whis- the Indian women if Blood starts in "when the big gate is thrown open men. "Temblor!" natural color; the color they were before
by Felipe, fire your pistols, you turning gray, or the color of your hair that
pers to slip out and hide in the on brandy. Bowie seized her bridle. The feet has not turned gray that you or your
house. Padre Martinez had already They had scarcely finished their and Simmie and Felipe, straightinto of the frantic horses sprawled, their friends can't tell the difference or your difference -
refunded. It doesn't make any
outside. I'll be shoot- money
given absolution to his assistant and talk when a chorus of cheering yells the crowd legs sank toward the ground. So what color your hair is and it is

received it from him, firmly believ- out in front gave notice of fresh ing both pistols from the saddle' abrupt was the halt that Carmenwas so upon simple the to scalp use-for Just a massage few days a per few direct drops

ing their hour was at hand. The arrivals. Had there been any doubtas while we dash through the bunch pitched over her horse's headas tions like thousands are doing.

venerable man now blessed himself, to this, a loud knocking came before they can shoot back. Cover he scrambled to keep his legs Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation w
for a
bottle or
rifles whilehe or can secure a you
asked for protection from above, at the outer door. The padres Felipe with your boys, under him. regular dollar bottle of Lea's Hair Prep-
shuts and bars the gate afterus. aration will be sent you, postage paid by
took up the candle in an unsteady looked to the Texan for guidance.He The savage roar of the tembloras us. upon, receipt of one dollar cash, P. O.
hand and, summoning St. Michaelto whispered to Carmen. She dis- Is it all clear? it wrenched the earth was ear- money order or stamps. (Sent COD .12c

his aid, threw open the door. appeared from the room. The "Clear as daylight, Henry, mum-" splitting. Bowie leaped from his extra). LEA'S TONIC CO., INC.
bled Pardaloe. "Just say when. Box 2055 Tampa, Fla..
From the dark came a tart ques- knocking grew violent. horse to raise Carmen from the
tion: "What is the matter here?" '"Put out the candle, Padre," said Felipe, aided by a neophyte, was ground, and he stood with her trem-

And Bowie, booted and spurred, Bowie. "Then open the door." bringing up the horses. Bowie. be- bling in his arms, trying to keep Unused FreedomA

stalked into the room. "Why did "Open the door?" echoed the gan to check over the cinches. "Fe- his own feet while he supported the dictatorship is a nation where

you not open the door?" blanching man as it was pounded lipe," he said in surprise, "what'sthe half-conscious girl. men once had freedom but didn'tuse

"An angel from heaven! exclaimed loudly from the other side. matter with these horses" ? Theyare Nature tossed and heaved in an it.-A. Brandon.

Padre Martinez. "Don't be afraid," murmured trembling :with sweat. agony,of convulsion. Towering trees

"Padre Martinez demanded Bowie. "No one will come in. Stand "Senor, I know. I saw it. ,Quien whirled in circles, whipped to the

Bowie, "Senorita Carmen, has not back, the rest of you, and keep out sabe? All the horses in the stableare ground, now prostrate, now upright, '

come home. She was here. Whereis of range of the door." sweating and" nervous. I do or snapped like matches at the base. BURNSflOROllHE
she?" The Texan took his place just to not know why. Padre Martinez And over the moaning and crash- /

"Still here !" the side of the door 'itself. "Throwit came out with Carmen. ing of the troubled darkness there WHITE
senor
"Thank God for that!" '.wide open," he directed. "Padre- ," said Bowie, "what does spread a faint ghastly light suchas -
"She left this when Open went the door. A flicker this mean-these horses? See how never has been looked on save
room your Little ChoiceThere's
knocking began." from the bonfire outlined the burly they sweat and tremble. at moments such as this. In a
small choice in rotten
"Why so?" figure of the man who was knock- "Hasten, hasten, my son! Some- fearful instant a silent and peace

"We feared it was the drunken ing; other eager ones stood behind thing may happen. They know more ful landscape had been flung into apples.-Shakespeare.
him. than we do. Hasten!I" exclaimedthe an inferno of appalling destruction.
raiders in front. They know she is
here. What shall do senor?" "Who's in there?" demanded the agitated padre. Shock followed shock as the mighty T
we ,
raider loudly."Nobody's Bowie mounted his restive horse. temblor shook the earth in a cataclysm mF COLDS
"Where are soldiers?
your
Pardaloe passed Carmen up into his
that's deaf, retorted and tore yawning gulfs across
"San Jose
threatened this
was Bowie. "What do you want, Blood?" arms to face him. "Clasp me under its face, as if bent on making hor-
morning by the same men, and they "Oh! It's the rancho pet, eh? the arms, querida, so as to ror complete. guick4 .u.j.e

went down to offer"protection. They Well! I'm glad you're here." leave my arms free. Hand me the Bowie, breathing hard and com- LIQUIDTABLETS

have not returned. "Don't waste your breath. You hackamore for the Senorita's horse, pletely unstrung, held Carmen's 6 6 6 SALVE
"And they won't," predicted Bowie NOSE DROPS
may need it. Say what your busi- Felipe. head against him as she shook from COUCH DROPSBARGAINS'
"till this fight is over." ness is, or get off this property." Bowie fastened this with knots for head to foot, praying low and be-
"What shall we do, senor?" Blood laughed truculently. "My some play to the horn of his saddle. seechingly.

"We will wait for two more an- Texan friend, I'm here to tell you With Carmen snuggling low againsthim Bowie pulled himself somewhat

gels, Padre Martinez," suggested you'll get off this property before he drew his pistols. together. "Surely the worst is over, w
Bowie. "Pardaloe and Simmie will you are a half-hour older. I talkto "When the gate is opened," he Carmelita," he exclaimed. "Let's

be here any minute. What I wantto Padre Martinez." said to the .scouts, "send 'your pistol look for the horses."

do is to find the senorita quick, "Here he is. Say your.,say." fire straight into their faces and But the search, punctuated by'receding '
to quiet her fears." "Senor Blood," asked the padre yell like Indians.. Then poke our quakes, was in vain."There's 'I -that will save you many a

It was only his searching voicein "what do you want?" horses hard, and away we go. Are nothing for it, Carmen, but dollar will carefully if
the house that drew : ready? Open!" you fail to read and
Carmen from "I want supplies for twenty-five you to go back to the mission for
her hiding place to find refuge in men-flour, bread, meat, wine and The dash out was a shock to the horses." ,I regularly the advertising of
.
his arms. "We've been frightenedto brandy-presto." score of men, some on foot but "But 'Quito," said Carmen, fear- local merchants sIN

death at home, my dearest," he "Senor Blood, you know no hun- most in the saddle, who were crowded ful, "we shall be killed by those

whispered. "Tell me what's hap- gry man is turned from this door, around the big 'gate.. The pistol guerillas." .
( THIS PAPER
pened? Carmen, you -are safe, dar- for 'you have been fed here more fire, the yelling, the two horses prod- (TO BE CONTINUED)
ling, safe.' Tell me." than once. But I have not such I ded and spurred, trampling and Carmen of the Rancho-19



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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWIBTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1941

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nesday, the largest of which weighed to prepare for letting.the contract. .NOTICES. TO ,CRKDITOKS" .."..'.';'.1"-ing any interest in the following
Man Is Killed In -. > _____ ,
i
.. : ; |I" lands In Hendry County.
Florida to-
.,' '",.' five pqunds. The 'surve ,. party will go on to '" ,wIt:

Wreck'n.'.. !'h: 'Mr. and' Mrs. C. L. Mullin and Fort Myers'r r preliminary workon (1933 "Probate Act. Sees.. 119, 120) Section Six (6), Township Forty-- "'
:
Auto
IN THE COURT OP THE COUNTY
Mr. and Mrs/ J. .L. White of Colum- the airport there and Mr. Nail eight (48) South Range Thirty-
JUDGE, IIENDRY COUNTY, two (32) East,
bus Ga. here for several days will assist with plans for the Vero
are .
Road 25 MondayJ. FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In as the heirs, devisees, grantees or
fishing. They were also here last Beach work and return there when re: Estate of otherwise, under the said Thomas A.

year and enjoyed the fishing so the contract is awarded. JAMES W. SCOTT, Green, whose names and places cf
residence
are unknown the last
Q. Raker, 36-year-old residentof much they decided to return: this Deceased.TO known place of residence of the said
ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Thomas A, Green
being Washington!
Chosen, was killed Monday aft- season. Back To School HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS D. C.You. ,

ernoon when his car, which had ; AGAINST SAID ESTATE: and each of you are hereby

side-swiped another car in attempting FFA Boys Are Planning Night Is HeldA You and each of you are hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint has
notified and
required to present any been filed against you in the above
to pass, overturned in a road- claims and demands which you, or entitled cause by the above named

side ditch on Road 25. The accident -: Cattle Feeding ProjectThose either of you, may have against the Plaintiff wherein it Is sought to
estate of James W. Scott, deceased foreclose a mortgage given
by
occurred on a straight stretch: slight but' steady rain pre- late of said County to the County Defendant, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Wiltse.the

of road about twelve miles east of vented many from attending the Judge of Hendry County. Florida at to the Plaintiff on the following prop-
who are his office in the court house of said
high school boys which erty, to-wit: -
back-to-school was
LaBelle. program County at .LaBelle, Florida, within
Investigation of the wrecK disclosed students of Vocational Agricultureand arranged by the faculty and pupilsof eight calendar months from the .time North"The Northeast one-half Quarter and the-
members of the local FFA of the first publication of this notice. of the southeast
the fact that Raker had at- of the local school Thursday even- Each claim or demand shall be In quarter of Section Thirty-four
to the car of Mr. and 'chapter were the guests the ing but those who attended, about writing, and shall state the place of (34), Township Forty-eight (48)
tempted pass United States Sugar Corporationat residence and post office address of South Range Thirty-two East, in
Mrs. J. B. Burke of Bristol, Va., and sixty patrons, expressed themselvesas the claimant and shall be sworn to Hendry County, Florida
in doing so ventured too close to the cattle fattening experimental well pleased with the program. by the claimant, his agent or his at- and to foreclose a mortgage given by :
station at the old dairy Wednesday torney, and any such claim or demandnot said Thomas A. Green to the Plain-
the other car. The right fenderof of The program was arranged in so filed shall be void. tiff on the following property
arrival
afternoon just before the Section
Six .
his car caught the rear left order to acquaint parents and ELBERT L. STEWART, Forty-eight (6) Township
(48) South
,
the cattlemen's motorcade.W. Range
bumper of the Burke car and he friends of the school with the As administrator with the Will Thirty-two (32) East Hendry
C. Hooker a talk to the annexed of the Estate of JamesW. County, Florida.
lost control. His car turned over gave various methods of modern teach- Scott, deceased.

several times and came to rest boys in which he explained the ing and the courses studied by the First publication January 17, 1941. This is to require each of you per-
sonally to be and
(4 times.) appear to the said
straddling a small pool of waterin various feeding formulae, the different grades and classes in Bill of Complaint at the office of the

the ditch. Burke crawled out of weight gain for each steer, the cost high school Classes were held ona Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hendry
County, Florida at LaBelle, Florida,
the overturned car and up on the of the feed, etc. ten-minute basis and in each room ORDER OF PUBLICATION on or before :Monday, February 3rd.

'- road slope where he passed away The boys were much interestedand one of the teachers was on hand to 1941, otherwise the Bill of Complaint

about three-quarters of an hour are planning to try' and arrange explain the teaching technique and IN FOR THE HENDRY CIRCUIT COURT IN AND .will allowed be taken to as proceed confessed ex and parte.Plaintiff -
COUNTY FIAR'IDA -
later. Dr. C. E. Weaver of La- such a feeding program: as i school administration.Prof. : IN CHANCERY. 4 : ", 'IT FURTHER ORDERED that
this Order of
Belle made a medical examinationand oneYbf their chapter projects. They THE FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER Publication- published -
R. W.. Turk states that a COMPANY In The Clewiston News, a news-
,
a corporation
stated that the man had died 'will 'try to interest cattlemen of bigger and better program will be PLAINTIFF, paper of General circulation in Hen-

of internal hemorrhage brought on the area in letting them have six planned next VS dry four County consecutive Florida weeks, for a period of
year.
HERMA CLARK immediately
N. ET
,
by chest injuries steers, all of different breed and DEFENDANTS.THE ALS. -preceedlng. February 3, 1941.
:WITNESS my hand and official seal.
Burke's car was not seriously' as near pure-bred stock as possible. 250 Cattlemen STATE OF FLORIDA, to, at the Court House in LaBelle Hen-

damaged and he stopped as quickly Complete daily records will ''be keptof MRS. ELIZABETH E. WILTSE. a dry County Florida, this 2nd day of
widow, whose address and place cf January, 1941.
as possible to give aid to the othercar. the results of the feeding which residence Is, 171: Evergreen Avenue, (SEAL)

Following the inquest he was willbe_ given to the cattlemen (Continued From Page One) Elmhurst Illinois; and to WILLIAM T. HULL Clerk
furnishing the steers/ THOMAS A. GREEN and-his-'wife' Circuit Court, Hendry County,
allowed to continue on to_; Tampa, '
ing Bureau, June Gunn, Osceola MRS. THOMAS A. GREEN, whose oth- Florida.
his destination at .the time of. the er and further name or names are unknown 'FRED H. MELLOR,
County agent and secretary of the if the said Thomas A. Green FORT MYERS. FLORIDA,
accident. Old Post-Office Is Cattlemen's Association, G. C. be'married; and if the said ThomasA. Attorney for Plaintiff.Pub. .

Raker's car, a 1932 Chevrolet, Hodge of the State Marketing Bureau Green be ,dead, to all persons claim Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31.

was badly wrecked and was taken Being Re-Modelled) County agents Dewey Ward 4


into LaBelle by a Ford wrecker. I; of Hendry County, F. D. Yaun of .:N N:N M N N:N N N NM M N:--=N NN MN M:..MNM N N NM N:..:NN NN, :..:.1 M NON M NN, ..N'
Lawrence A. Powell Funeral Homeof Glades, F. Fulford of Okeechobeeand
Paul Bussey is at work this week
Fort Myers took charge of- Raker' -
removing the front of the building most of the larger cattle" own-

body. / 'of south Florida. t ..
formerly used as the post-office ers .' ':

Raker is survived by his widow, and a store front will be put in :_ '

Mrs. Polly Raker; four sisters, Mrs. with plate glass windows and Murder OfContinued -

Lester Weaver of Tampa, Mrs. y
double doors. \
,
Mary Griffin of Belle Glade, Mrs.

Doris Johnson of Port St. Joe, Mrs. The building is owned by the ( From Page 1) iCLEWISTON iJ '
Clewiston Realty and Development GOLF i
Viva Givens of Belle Glade and by Corporation and several rental of- ed last Thursday as exalted rulerof

.one brother, Roy Raker of Belle the new Elks lodge in Pahokee.
fers have been made for this buildIng -
Glade. s'771'.: :.ir'T'ni iJ;"' !f1F.: : Rice was an executive of the Rice :;: :s:
located on the west side of
Mercantile Company of Pahokee. { y
Bond Street. COURSE
Fishing Improvesr Pahokee citizens have raised I I <'

$350 for a reward for apprehension -. ;
Grand 01' OpreyTo 1. '.
In Lake This Week of the killers, but although the '- :
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West 'Palm Beach officers' have I :
Be Here SoonProf.
questioned a number of vagrantsand s '
Following a period of cold and
have followed every lead they -.5 : X
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unsettled weather fishermen try- ,
have been unable yet to dis- .:.
R. W. Turk has announcedthat as : I
ing out their luck with Lake Okee- ( .:.
on Wednesday night, February cover anything resembling a solution :
chobee bass have made some exceptionally '
26, Roy Acuff and his famous of the, case. .._. I :.
nice catches during the ;
Mountain who have ::
Smoky Boys :
past 'week.One ::: -,- -
attained nation-wide fame with Is Your Subscription Paid? .:. : \ .i.

these of the Henry most H. successful Kuhnert of of their "Grand 01' Oprey" programover to the PublicModerate

was Station WSM in Nashville, will
Maintowish, Wis., and party who in the Clewiston High .. . . . . . .......
appear N.NN. .NHNNNIINNNNNNNNMMNNNNN. . . . .
brought in. 32 fine bass one day and School auditorium. : : .; : ..

nice strings on each of the other a
Many local people listen regularly Ix

three days they fished here. Mr. to their Saturday night radio is: li\A sv j :: }....

Kuhnert is the proprietor of a resort :
show, one of the most popular on
hotel, the Northern Lights Ho- ad- :s: ALL DAYS ARE NOT 24 ; X.
the air, and will wish to take X .'. .c-... "
tel Resort, at his home on a lake vantage of this opportunity to see .;. HOURS LONG! :!: ; : E :i:

noted for its fishing. Yet he stat- v **[I''; ._.
them in person and to hear their < Their length varies from about .; .J ,
ed while here that Lake Okeechobeehad 1 :: ,I ;.. :!: ..
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program. x one minute less than 24 hours : ...
the finest bass fishing he had
.' .{. to about one minute more, .|. ::: '- .:.
ever known. :
ENGINEERS RETURN FROM *:* depending on the time of the *:* Green Fees *
R. G. Thompson brought his 32- ::
VERO BEACH AIRPORTW. .{. year. The mean solar day is :> .. '..
foot Johnson
cruiser here from :
:i: 24 hours long. 1.-"Handy *:* :: Exceptional Fairways :!:
Palm Beach Wednesday- and expects C. Nail, resident engineer on .. Curious :: ; .
{ Book of Information"William i J
to spend two weeks here the airport project at Vero Beach, y
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